The Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering continually strives to strengthen its standing as one of the leading teaching and research departments in the nation. We do this by expanding and innovating our programs, hiring outstanding instructors and researchers, providing state-of-the-art equipment and attracting the best and brightest students.
Your philanthropic support will help us continue our tradition of excellence and provide us with the resources needed to educate the engineering leaders of the future.
The department greatly appreciates any financial support you can give.
The best way to make a donation is to submit your gift online:
If you would like to send a check instead, please make the check out to the CU Foundation and send a check to the department at:
Boulder, CO 80309
Attn: Office Manager
If you would like to make a gift to a specific fund, please note the fund number on your check. Fund descriptions and numbers are listed below. To make a general gift to support the department in all areas, please write Fund 13481538 on your check.
Alan D. Randolph Chemical Engineering Undergraduate Fund (Number 0150671)
This fund, established by Professor Ted Randolph, provides awards to benefit undergraduate students in memory of Dr. Alan D. Randolph.
Biotechnology Training Support Fund (Number 0121392)
This fund provides supplemental stipends and other costs associated with training biotechnology graduate students.
Chemical and Biological Engineering Department Fund (Number 0121102)
This is a general fund used to support the department.
Chemical and Biological Engineering Excellence Fund (Number 0154192)
This fund provides support for special student projects mentored by faculty.
Chemical and Biological Engineering Laboratory Fund (Number 0154216)
This fund provides financial support for equipment and supplies and supports renovation and maintenance of the undergraduate chemical engineering labs.
David E. Clough Computer & Instrumentation Fund (Number 0154230)
This fund, established by Prof. David E. Clough, provides computers, software and instrumentation for chemical and biological engineering courses at UCB and provides equipment/training to faculty.
Earn and Learn Gift Fund (Number 0122920)
This fund provides support for apprenticeships for students to earn income by working with faculty to perform engineering tasks in the College of Engineering and Applied Science.
Fred Ramirez Graduate Research Fund in Chemical and Biological Engineering (Number 0150846)
Established by retired Professor Fred Ramirez, this fund provides support for graduate student research and supports the ongoing Ramirez Symposium presentations and receptions in the department.
Howard L. & Marilyn L. Anseth Memorial Chemical & Biological Engineering Fund (Number 0150704)
This fund, established by Professor Kristi Anseth, supports undergraduate research in Chemical and Biological Engineering at the University of Colorado at Boulder.
Max S. Peters Graduate Fellowship Fund (Number 0154299)
In honor of Max S. Peters, this fund provides graduate fellowships to chemical engineering students who demonstratre exceptional promise.
Molecular Biotechnology Laboratory Fund (Number 0122523)
This fund supports the biotechnology laboratory.
The Norviel Award for New Chemical Engineering Faculty (Number 0154260)
This fund provides incentive awards to attract top new faculty to the Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering.
Ronald E. West Undergraduate Fund (Number 0154303)
In honor of Ronald E. West, this fund provides scholarships to benefit students enrolled in chemical engineering who demonstrate exceptional promise.
Make a Gift Through Your Estate
Providing for the Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering in your estate plan is a simple way to make a great impact. There are many ways to make such a contribution, including making a bequest to the department in your will. A posthumous gift does not impact income for living, and may allow you to make a more significant gift. For more information on estate planning, email Kristen Dugdale.
If you have questions about giving or need additional information, please contact Jessica Wright, Asst VP of Development, Principle Gifts Officer, CU Foundation, 303-735-0973.